President Biden met Monday afternoon with financial regulators, including Federal Reserve Chair Jerome H. Powell and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, to discuss issues such as climate change and inclusion. “The regulators reported that the financial system is in strong condition,” the White House said in a readout of the meeting.

Separately, Vice President Harris traveled to Pittsburgh to mark Monday as Child Tax Credit Awareness Day, a designation created by the administration to ensure that low- and middle-income families know about the expanded credit made available in the American Rescue Plan. Later, she spoke at a roundtable with a local union to discuss the importance of workers’ organizing.

Here’s what to know

  • The economy is roaring back, but it looks very different than it did before the pandemic.
  • Voting rights will be center stage this week as the Senate prepares to take its first procedural vote Tuesday on the For the People Act.
  • Liberal Democrats are pushing back against a bipartisan Senate infrastructure proposal that would raise the gas tax, creating another hurdle for Biden.